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Monday, June 2, 2014

Agatha and Edgar Winners 2014 announced

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Authors Daniel Stashower (Best Fact Crime Edgar and Best Nonfiction Agatha Award winner), Carolyn Hart (MWA Grand Master), and Hank Phillippi Ryan (Best Contemporary Novel Agatha Award winner) at the Agatha Awards.
2014 Edgar Award winners

Best Novel
Ordinary Grace, William Kent Krueger (Atria Books)

Best First Novel
Red Sparrow, Jason Matthews (Scribner)

Best Paperback Original
The Wicked Girls, Alex Marwood (Penguin)

Best Fact Crime
The Hour of Peril: The Secret Plot to Murder Lincoln Before the Civil War, Daniel Stashower (Minotaur)

Best Critical/Bio
America is Elsewhere: The Noir Tradition in the Age of Consumer Culture, Erik Dussere (Oxford Univ.)

Best Short Story
"The Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository," John Connolly, in Bibliomysteries (Mysterious Bookshop)

Best Juvenile
One Came Home, Amy Timberlake (Alfred A Knopf BFYR)

Best Young Adult
Ketchup Clouds, Annabel Pitcher (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)

Best TV Episode
"Episode 1" The Fall, teleplay Allan Cubbitt (Netflix)

Mary Higgins Clark Award
Cover of Snow, Jenny Milchman (Ballantine Books)

2014 Agatha Award Winners

Best Contemporary Novel
The Wrong Girl, Hank Phillippi Ryan  (Forge)

Best First Novel
Death Al Dente, Leslie Budewitz (Berkley Prime Crime)

Best Historical Novel
A Question of Honor, Charles Todd (William Morrow)

Best Children's/YA
Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library, Chris Grabenstein (Random House)

Best Nonfiction
The Hour of Peril: The Secret Plot to Murder Lincoln Before the Civil War, Daniel Stashower (Minotaur)

Best Short Story
"The Care and Feeding of House Plants" in EQQM, Art Taylor 

*Thank you to Mystery Scene Magazine for supplying the winners list and the photo that I used here.

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